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STORYBOX creates a digital canvas for art and performance in outdoor spaces.  We offer licence fees for existing work and commissions for new work. 

 

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A selection of artworks and new commissions exhibited on STORYBOX 

Selected works exhibited on STORYBOX  

Immersion

Immersion: Parra River Patch, Kalanjay Dhir, 2020. 

 

Immersion is the first in a series of video and sculptural works devoted to the Parramatta River.

Stylised as a playthrough of a video game, Immersion sees an avatar swimming in the contaminated river against a backdrop of construction sites and young families. The work reflects on the agency of rivers by trying to dissolve the self within histories and futures of riverways.

Immersion was made on the lands and waters of the Burramattagal people of Darug nation. I pay my respect to Darug elders past, present and emerging and all First Nations people.

Growing up along the river I saw a commonality in respect towards elders and water in many cultures.

 

There's an irony living next to an old body of water and not being able to swim in it.

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Tidal

Tidal, Mike Daly, 2020.

 

A data visualisation of tidal forces.

Underflow

 Underflow, Cindy Yuen-Zhe Chen, 2020. 

 

'Underflow - Tributaries' connects moments of engagement with the sounds, animals and people that enliven Parramatta and Lane Cove Rivers.

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Secrets Untold

Leanne Tobin on the Parramatta river as a place of gathering, feasting and dancing among Darug people for centuries. 

Leanne Tobin, Secrets Untold, 2020.

 

Commissioned by the City of  Parramatta for STORYBOX and presented as part of CURRENTS.  

Learn more about Secrets Untold here

Painted River Project

The Painted River Project.

Leo Robba, 2020.

 

The Painted River project aims to highlight the importance of healthy rivers and water catchments to the future of the Sydney region.  It seeks to communicate this message through community interaction where art meets science in a creative collaboration.

This video was created by Western Sydney University for STORYBOX Parramatta. CURRENTS will feature two additional Painted River pieces, one at Jubilee Park in Glebe and one at Auburn's Duck Creek. 

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A Week on Cook's River

A week on the Cooks River, Clare Britton, 2017. 

 

A week on the Cook's River is a study of the Cooks River and artworks that move through landscapes.

In 2017 Clare followed the 23 kilometre trajectory of the Cooks River from its patchy beginnings in Yagoona through Botany Bay to the Pacific Ocean. 

 

Walking until the river is deep and wide enough to row, the photographs, video, sculpture, drawings and writing from this time form a visual and written map of the river. 

A photographic essay drawn from this project is presented as part of the CURRENTS showcase.